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Western Summer

Edward William Godwin
Western Summer: Day’s End on Moab #5, 1980
Oil and elvacite
207 x 192 cm
Purchased, 1983

Edward (Ted) Godwin was the youngest of the Regina Five, a school of unconventional prairie artists who reinvented themselves in the early 1960s to become leaders of contemporary western Canadian art.

He was primarily an abstract impressionist best known for his grid-like series of interwoven bands of paint, but in his later years he returned to representational work, doing landscapes of the Bow River.



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